Americans do not see clergy as contributing much to society. Fasting during Ramadan is the second most observed pillar of Islam. The vast majority believe a Christian photographer should have the right to decline a same-sex wedding. Many young couples practice a different model of marriage than they prefer. King’s College names their sixth president. Read More »
Cleveland kidnap victim says, “God is in control.” Social media leds to a Catholic church saving a Down Syndrome child from abortion. A restaurant in San Francisco is serving quality food and encouraging at-risk youth. Scientists have found a way to repair bones with a 3-D printer. Georgia ministries set a world’s record for sandwiches made in an hour. Read More »
Traditionally, churches have tended to view mobile technology simply as part of the evolution of mass communication. Each change in technology has allowed an ever-growing audience of individuals to learn about Jesus and make decisions to follow Him. Read More »
Views: Tips to speaking clearer, signs for transitioning away from student ministry, ideas to move teenagers past being a “good church kid,” and thoughts on being addicted to the Internet. Tweets from Lecrae, Jared Wilson and Philip Nation. Read More »
Every leader desires to see vision become reality, but the real challenge of translating vision to reality is clarity. With a commitment to clarity first, any leader can maximize the twin-engines of vision and action. Read More »
According to Pew Research, a plurality of Americans believe that the growing number of religious unaffiliated is a bad thing for society. Read More »
The Bible app reaches a milestone. U.S. birthrate continues to drop. A surprisingly low percentage of Chinese citizens use the Internet. Single father households are on the rise. Television remains the dominate source for news. Read More »
Five for Friday: NBC to air The Bible miniseries sequel; UK government OKs IVF that combines DNA of three people; New reality show focuses on lifestyles of Calif. pastors; Greeting cards more frank about death; Finding the best app to replace Google Reader Read More »
If there were a Guinness Book of World Records record for “amount of times having asked Jesus into your heart,” J.D. Greear is pretty sure he would hold it.
He wonders if needless doubting and false assurance of salvation are exacerbated by the clichéd ways in which evangelicals speak about the gospel. Read More »
Views: Thom Rainer discusses pastoral burnout, Eric Geiger gives three keys to defining your ministry process, Matt Appling asks churches to think about who they are really reaching, and Marty Duren explains why passive-aggressive Christian leadership must go away.
Tweets from Tim Keller, Trillia Newbell and Jon Acuff. Read More »